To restore critical and community infrastructure and establish safe areas during and following an emergency, ensuring the provision of facilities and services to support and benefit communities.

Table 35: Agency roles mapped to the VPF, by critical tasks within the Built Recovery core capability

 

Critical Task 19.1: Undertake technical assessments for critical infrastructure.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

AEMO

 

AEMO works with DELWP (as lead Government liaison) to deliver the recovery activity of electricity services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing electricity system security emergencies. AEMO operate and are responsible for the transmission system while other network operators manage the distribution system and the restoration of infrastructure and electric supply

 

19.4, 19.7

     

AEMO works with DELWP (as lead Government liaison) to deliver the recovery activity of gas services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing gas system security emergencies within the Victorian Declared Transmission System. Other pipeline operators manage non Declared Transmission System segments of the system, and the restoration of infrastructure and gas supply

 

19.4, 19.7

         

CityLink

 

Through the asset strategy and planning framework, ensure long term operability of infrastructure, including assessments and restoration when required

 

1.3, 19.2, 19.5

         

DELWP

 

Energy – Co-ordinate intelligence to inform strategies and decision making for the safe and timely restoration of energy supplies to the community

 

19.4, 19.8

     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where DELWP is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.7

         

DJPR

 

DJPR is a key support agency for critical infrastructure damage or disruption for the communications sector

   
         

DoT

 

Providing and facilitating professional and skilled engineering and technical emergency teams/experts, equipment and material to other emergencies from either the department, public transport operators or contractors as appropriate

 

3.2

     

Undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where DoT is the manager of that building or asset

 

9.5, 9.6, 9.7, 19.3, 19.7

         

ESV

 

Gas – Contributing expertise and technical specialists to support or lead the investigation of gas related incidents

 

8.5, 11.1

     

Gas – Providing safety and technical advice to energy control agency in order to support overall strategies and decision making for recovering from gas emergency events (including safe restoration of gas supply and safety of any relief program for temporary gas supply to community)

 

19.7, 19.8

     

Electricity – Contributing expertise and technical specialists to support or lead the investigation of electricity related incidents

 

8.5, 11.1

     

Electricity – Providing safety and technical advice to energy control agency in order to support overall strategies and decision making for recovering from electricity emergency events and bushfire (including the safe restoration of electricity supply and safety of any relief program for temporary electricity supply to community)

 

19.7, 19.8

     

Pipelines – Contributing expertise and technical specialists to support and/or conduct investigation of pipeline related incidents

 

11.1

         

Municipal Councils

 

Municipal councils are responsible for the co-ordination of local level relief and recovery activities, and are lead agency for overseeing and inspecting rebuilding/redevelopment

 

19.2

         

Telstra

 

Telstra can identify its sites that may be at risk and potential consequences of loss of asset

 

1.3, 1.5

         

VicPol

 

Where VicPol is the manager and/or owner of a building or asset (e.g. public amenities, station buildings etc.) that require assessment, restoration, clearing and/or rehabilitation as a result of an emergency, VicPol is the lead agency for the recovery activities associated with this

 

3.1, 19.2, 19.4, 19.7

         

VBA

 

Facilitate and participate in building and plumbing inspections of affected buildings with relevant agencies and industry experts as required to determine building safety and recovery requirements

 

11.1, 19.2

     

Undertake inspections, investigations and audits to ensure compliance with relevant legislation during response/recovery and input to any proposed process facilitation

 

11.1, 19.2, 21.1

         
 

Critical Task 19.2: Undertake technical assessments for community infrastructure.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

BRV

 

Manage the delivery of technical assessments and other support services for planning and rebuilding of damaged and destroyed buildings in collaboration with DELWP and local governments

 

3.1

         

CityLink

 

Through the asset strategy and planning framework, ensure long term operability of infrastructure, including assessments and restoration when required

 

1.3, 19.1, 19.5

         

CFA

 

CFA supports DELWP to deliver the following recovery activity of assisting farmers to repair and restore fences damaged by bushfire or suppression activities

 

19.4, 19.7

     

CFA is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the CFA is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4, 19.7

         

DET

 

DET is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, schools) where DET is the manager of that building or asset

 

3.1, 19.3, 19.7

         

DHHS

 

DHHS is state lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. disability housing) where DHHS is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4

         

DJPR

 

DJPR is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities) where DJPR is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4

         

DJCS

 

DJCS is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets where DJCS is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.4, 19.7

         

FRV

 

FRV is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the FRV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4, 19.7

         

Melbourne Water

 

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the relief and recovery activity of restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets managed within Melbourne Water’s portfolio

 

19.7

     

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the following relief and recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities) where Melbourne Water is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.7

         

Municipal Councils

 

Municipal councils are responsible for the co-ordination of local level relief and recovery activities, and are lead agency for overseeing and inspecting rebuilding/redevelopment

 

19.1

     

Municipal councils are responsible for the co-ordination of local level relief and recovery activities, and are lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, sporting facilities, public amenities) where the municipal council is the owner/manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4

         

PV

 

PV is lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where PV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4, 19.7

         

VicPol

 

Where VicPol is the manager and/or owner of a building or asset (e.g. public amenities, station buildings etc.) that require assessment, restoration, clearing and/or rehabilitation as a result of an emergency, VicPol is the lead agency for the recovery activities associated with this

 

3.1, 19.1, 19.4, 19.7

         

VICSES

 

VICSES undertakes the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, unit buildings) where the VICSES is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.3, 19.4, 19.7

         

VBA

 

Facilitate and participate in building and plumbing inspections of affected buildings with relevant agencies and industry experts as required to determine building safety and recovery requirements

 

11.1, 19.1

     

Undertake inspections, investigations and audits to ensure compliance with relevant legislation during response/recovery and input to any proposed process facilitation

 

11.1, 19.1, 21.1

         
 

Critical Task 19.3: Undertake stabilisation and remediation works.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

AV

 

AV is lead agency for the relief activity of restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets managed within AV’s portfolio

 

3.1, 19.7

         

CMAs

 

CMAs support DELWP to deliver on its recovery activity of restoring, clearing and rehabilitation of public land and assets managed directly by DELWP through clearing and restoring of assets and rehabilitation of disturbances on land and waterways managed by CMAs

 

18.3, 18.5

         

CityLink

 

CityLink’s role in recovery is assessment, restoration and/or reconstruction of CityLink to return to full operations, on the provision that resourcing and safety have been verified

 

19.4, 19.7

         

CFA

 

CFA is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the CFA is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4, 19.7

         

DET

 

DET is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, schools) where DET is the manager of that building or asset

 

3.1, 19.2, 19.7

         

DELWP

 

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of restoring, clearing and rehabilitating public land and assets managed directly by DELWP, PV and CMAs

 

18.4

         

DHHS

 

DHHS is state lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. disability housing) where DHHS is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4

         

DJPR

 

DJPR is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities) where DJPR is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4

         

DoT

 

Undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where DoT is the manager of that building or asset

 

9.5, 9.6, 9.7, 19.1, 19.7

     

Assisting with logistics interdependencies, contingencies and reconstruction by providing clearing, restoration and rehabilitation works on arterial roads and bridges

 

9.5, 9.7, 19.6, 19.7

         

EastLink

 

Restoration and/or reconstruction of EastLink

 

19.4, 19.7

         

FRV

 

FRV is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the FRV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4, 19.7)

         

Lendlease (Peninsula Link)

 

Restoration and/or reconstruction of Peninsula Link

 

19.4, 19.7

         

Melbourne Water

 

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the following relief and recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities) where Melbourne Water is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.7

         

Municipal Councils

 

Municipal councils are responsible for the co-ordination of local level relief and recovery activities, and are lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, sporting facilities, public amenities) where the municipal council is the owner/manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4

         

PV

 

PV is lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where PV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4, 19.7

         

VICSES

 

VICSES undertakes the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, unit buildings) where the VICSES is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4, 19.7

         

Water corporations

 

Water corporations lead the delivery of the recovery activity of restoring, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets managed within water corporations’ portfolio

 

19.7

         
 

Critical Task 19.4: Assess and prioritise restoration needs of the affected community.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

AEMO

 

AEMO works with DELWP (as lead Government liaison) to deliver the recovery activity of electricity services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing electricity system security emergencies. AEMO operate and are responsible for the transmission system while other network operators manage the distribution system and the restoration of infrastructure and electric supply

 

19.1, 19.7

     

AEMO works with DELWP (as lead Government liaison) to deliver the recovery activity of gas services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing gas system security emergencies within the Victorian Declared Transmission System. Other pipeline operators manage non Declared Transmission System segments of the system, and the restoration of infrastructure and gas supply

 

19.1, 19.7

         

CityLink

 

CityLink’s role in recovery is assessment, restoration and/or reconstruction of CityLink to return to full operations, on the provision that resourcing and safety have been verified

 

19.3, 19.7

         

CFA

 

CFA supports DELWP to deliver the following recovery activity of assisting farmers to repair and restore fences damaged by bushfire or suppression activities

 

19.2, 19.7

     

CFA is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the CFA is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.7

         

DELWP

 

Energy – DELWP responsibilities under Part 7A of the EM Act 2013 involves working with the energy sector to enhance critical infrastructure resilience, in particular through formulation of policy, emergency risk management planning by operators, observing exercises as part of resilience improvement cycles and designating vital critical infrastructure where appropriate

 

1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.6, 19.5, 21.1, 21.3

     

Energy – report on the impacts (loss and damage) to energy supply infrastructure to inform immediate priorities and recovery programs, including the restoration and supply of essential services

 

10.1, 10.2, 11.1, 11.2, 19.7

     

Energy – Co-ordinate intelligence to inform strategies and decision making for the safe and timely restoration of energy supplies to the community

 

19.1, 19.8

     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of working with CFA to assist farmers repair and restore fences damaged by bushfire or suppression activities

   
     

DELWP are lead agency for the recovery activity of ensuring essential stock and domestic water taken from private landholders during firefighting operations is replaced as co-lead with CFA

   
     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of recovering and rehabilitating reticulated water services. Water corporations will lead recovery to restore services and DELWP will oversee activities undertaken by water corporations

 

15.2, 19.7

     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of recovering and rehabilitating reticulated sewerage, sanitation systems and wastewater management systems. Water corporations will lead recovery to restore services and DELWP will oversee activities undertaken by water corporations

 

15.2, 19.7

         

DHHS

 

DHHS is state lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. disability housing) where DHHS is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3

         

DJPR

 

DJPR is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities) where DJPR is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3

         

DJCS

 

Community Corrections Services can support in the clean-up and restoration of communities, including waterway restoration, weed eradication, large-scale tree planting, countering soil erosion, rubbish collection, fence maintenance and other community projects

 

18.4, 18.5

     

DJCS is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets where DJCS is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.7

         

EastLink

 

Restoration and/or reconstruction of EastLink

 

19.3, 19.7

         

FRV

 

FRV is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the FRV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.7

         

Lendlease (Peninsula Link)

 

Restoration and/or reconstruction of Peninsula Link

 

19.3, 19.7

         

Melbourne Water

 

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the relief and recovery activity of restoration of reticulated wastewater, sanitation systems and wastewater management by leading the restoration of sewerage /sanitation systems/wastewater systems for domestic use (co-lead with DELWP)

 

3.2, 19.7

         

Municipal Councils

 

Municipal councils are responsible for the co-ordination of local level relief and recovery activities, and are lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, sporting facilities, public amenities) where the municipal council is the owner/manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3

         

PV

 

PV is lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where PV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.7

         

VicPol

 

Where VicPol is the manager and/or owner of a building or asset (e.g. public amenities, station buildings etc.) that require assessment, restoration, clearing and/or rehabilitation as a result of an emergency, VicPol is the lead agency for the recovery activities associated with this

 

3.1, 19.1, 19.2, 19.7

         

VICSES

 

VICSES undertakes the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, unit buildings) where the VICSES is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.7

         
 

Critical Task 19.5: Restore community infrastructure to be sustainable and more resilient to future events.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

BRV

 

Manage the clean-up of properties destroyed or damaged by the Bushfires

   
         

CMAs

 

CMAs support DELWP to deliver on its recovery activity of implementing balanced flood recovery programs consistent with funding allocated

 

18.4

         

CityLink

 

Through the asset strategy and planning framework, ensure long term operability of infrastructure, including assessments and restoration when required

 

1.3, 19.1, 19.2

         

DELWP

 

Energy – DELWP responsibilities under Part 7A of the EM Act 2013 involves working with the energy sector to enhance critical infrastructure resilience, in particular through formulation of policy, emergency risk management planning by operators, observing exercises as part of resilience improvement cycles and designating vital critical infrastructure where appropriate

 

1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.6, 19.4, 21.1, 21.3

         

VMIA

 

In accordance with the Act, VMIA’s role is to assist departments and participating bodies to establish programs to act as insurer for, or provide insurance services, and ultimately resilience, to departments and participating bodies

 

4.6

         
 

Critical Task 19.6: Ensure continuity of critical infrastructure during restoration works.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

CityLink

 

Assistance with the on-going management of traffic on the arterial network if CityLink is not available for use

 

9.3

         

DELWP

 

DELWP (as lead Government liaison) works with AEMO and electricity generation companies to deliver the recovery activity of electricity services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing electricity system security emergencies

 

1.5, 3.2, 10.1

     

DELWP (as lead Government liaison) works with AEMO operate and are responsible for the transmission system while other network operators manage the distribution system and the restoration of infrastructure and electric supply

 

1.5, 3.2, 10.1

     

DELWP (as lead Government liaison) works with AEMO to deliver the recovery activity of gas services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing gas system security emergencies within the Victorian Declared Transmission System. Other pipeline operators manage non Declared Transmission System segments of the system, and the restoration of infrastructure and gas supply

 

1.5, 3.2, 10.1

         

DoT

 

Assisting with logistics interdependencies, contingencies and reconstruction by providing clearing, restoration and rehabilitation works on arterial roads and bridges

 

9.5, 9.7, 19.3, 19.7

         

EastLink

 

Assistance with the on-going management of traffic on the arterial network if the Link is not available for use

 

9.3, 9.7, 19.7

         

Lendlease (Peninsula Link)

 

Assistance with the on-going management of traffic on the arterial network if the Link is not available for use

 

9.3, 9.7, 19.7

         

Melbourne Water

 

Implement plans and procedures for the continuity of services in the event of a threat or impact to Melbourne Water’s reticulated water supply systems, dams, reticulated wastewater (sewerage) systems, waterways and drainage assets

 

1.3, 1.5

         

VicTrack

 

VicTrack has responsibility to repair, recover and provide alternative public transport telecommunications services in times of system outages, other than services managed by DoT or transport franchise operators

 

19.7

         
 

Critical Task 19.7: Undertake and facilitate the restoration of critical infrastructure.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

AV

 

AV is lead agency for the relief activity of restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets managed within AV’s portfolio

 

3.1, 19.3

         

AEMO

 

AEMO works with DELWP (as lead Government liaison) to deliver the recovery activity of electricity services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing electricity system security emergencies. AEMO operate and are responsible for the transmission system while other network operators manage the distribution system and the restoration of infrastructure and electric supply

 

19.1, 19.4

     

AEMO works with DELWP (as lead Government liaison) to deliver the recovery activity of gas services assets reinstatement and return to reliable supply by managing gas system security emergencies within the Victorian Declared Transmission System. Other pipeline operators manage non Declared Transmission System segments of the system, and the restoration of infrastructure and gas supply

 

19.1, 19.4

         

CityLink

 

CityLink’s role in recovery is assessment, restoration and/or reconstruction of CityLink to return to full operations, on the provision that resourcing and safety have been verified

 

19.3, 19.4

         

CFA

 

CFA supports DELWP to deliver the following recovery activity of assisting farmers to repair and restore fences damaged by bushfire or suppression activities

 

19.2, 19.4

     

CFA is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the CFA is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.4

         

DET

 

DET is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, schools) where DET is the manager of that building or asset

 

3.1, 19.2, 19.3

         

DELWP

 

Energy – report on the impacts (loss and damage) to energy supply infrastructure to inform immediate priorities and recovery programs, including the restoration and supply of essential services

 

10.1, 10.2, 11.1, 11.2, 19.4

     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of recovering and rehabilitating reticulated water services. Water corporations will lead recovery to restore services and DELWP will oversee activities undertaken by water corporations

 

15.2, 19.4

     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of recovering and rehabilitating reticulated sewerage, sanitation systems and wastewater management systems. Water corporations will lead recovery to restore services and DELWP will oversee activities undertaken by water corporations

 

15.2, 19.4

     

DELWP is lead agency for the recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where DELWP is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.1

         

DJPR

 

DJPR is the lead government liaison to support the delivery of public telecommunications assets reinstatement, return to reliable supply and restoration of services by co-ordinating relevant information. DJPR will work with telecommunication businesses as required

 

3.2

         

DJCS

 

DJCS is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets where DJCS is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.4

         

DoT

 

DoT provide relief and recovery activities by restoring, rebuilding, upgrading or relocating infrastructure associated with major arterial roads, bridges and tunnels

 

9.6, 9.7

     

Undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where DoT is the manager of that building or asset

 

9.5, 9.6, 9.7, 19.1, 19.3

     

Assisting with logistics interdependencies, contingencies and reconstruction by providing clearing, restoration and rehabilitation works on arterial roads and bridges

 

9.5, 9.7, 19.3, 19.6

         

EastLink

 

Restoration and/or reconstruction of EastLink

 

19.3, 19.4

     

Assistance with the on-going management of traffic on the arterial network if the Link is not available for use

 

9.3, 9.7, 19.6

         

EMV

 

EMV is lead agency for the recovery activity of providing financial assistance to relevant government agencies and to municipal councils where eligible for disaster expenditure including counter disaster operations and the restoration of essential municipal assets

 

3.1, 15.4

         

ESV

 

Gas – Providing safety and technical advice to energy control agency in order to support overall strategies and decision making for recovering from gas emergency events (including safe restoration of gas supply and safety of any relief program for temporary gas supply to community)

 

19.1, 19.8

     

Electricity – Providing safety and technical advice to energy control agency in order to support overall strategies and decision making for recovering from electricity emergency events and bushfire (including the safe restoration of electricity supply and safety of any relief program for temporary electricity supply to community)

 

19.1, 19.8

         

FRV

 

FRV is the lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets, where the FRV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.4

         

Lendlease (Peninsula Link)

 

Assistance with the on-going management of traffic on the arterial network if the Link is not available for use

 

9.3, 9.7, 19.6

         

Lendlease (Peninsula Link)

 

Restoration and/or reconstruction of Peninsula Link

 

19.3, 19.4

         

Melbourne Water

 

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the relief and recovery activity of restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets managed within Melbourne Water’s portfolio

 

19.2

     

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the relief and recovery activity of recovery and rehabilitation of reticulated water supply for domestic use by leading the restoration of these systems (co-lead with DELWP and metropolitan water corporations)

   
     

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the relief and recovery activity of restoration of reticulated wastewater, sanitation systems and wastewater management by leading the restoration of sewerage /sanitation systems/wastewater systems for domestic use (co-lead with DELWP)

 

3.2, 19.4

     

Melbourne Water leads delivery of the following relief and recovery activity of undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities) where Melbourne Water is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3

         

Municipal Councils

 

When safe to do so, provide support to the ICCs and/or RCCs, through clearance of blocked drains and local roads

   
         

NBN Co

 

NBN Co has a variety of mobile facilities that it may deploy into impacted communities with the aim of delivering limited/partial service restoration subsequent to service disruption driven through the impacts of a natural disaster event

 

3.3, 15.1

         

PV

 

PV is lead agency for undertaking the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. roads, bridges, public amenities) where PV is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.4

         

Telstra

 

Telstra can provide priority fault restoration of Telstra services for response agencies

   
         

VicPol

 

Where VicPol is the manager and/or owner of a building or asset (e.g. public amenities, station buildings etc.) that require assessment, restoration, clearing and/or rehabilitation as a result of an emergency, VicPol is the lead agency for the recovery activities associated with this

 

3.1, 19.1, 19.2, 19.4

         

VICSES

 

VICSES undertakes the assessment, restoration, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets (e.g. public amenities, unit buildings) where the VICSES is the manager of that building or asset

 

19.2, 19.3, 19.4

         

VBA

 

Participate in recovery building and plumbing activities with other responsible agencies, such as EMV and BRV

 

19.8

         

VicTrack

 

VicTrack has responsibility to repair, recover and provide alternative public transport telecommunications services in times of system outages, other than services managed by DoT or transport franchise operators

 

19.6

     

VicTrack supports DoT in its role restoring tram, bus, rail services

 

3.2

     

VicTrack supports DJPR in its role assisting with telecommunications asset reinstatement

 

3.2

         

Water corporations

 

Water corporations lead the delivery of the recovery activity of restoring, clearing and rehabilitation of public buildings and assets managed within water corporations’ portfolio

 

19.3

     

Water corporations lead the delivery of the recovery activity of recovery and rehabilitation of essential reticulated water supply for domestic use (co-lead with DELWP)

   
     

Water corporations lead the delivery of the recovery activity of restoring of essential reticulated sewerage, sanitation systems and wastewater management systems for domestic use (co-lead with DELWP)

   
         

WICEN

 

WICEN works with DJPR (as lead Government liaison) to provide alternate, limited capability communications networks where required

 

3.2, 3.5, 19.8

         
 

Critical Task 19.8: Work with communities to transition recovery services and programs to mainstream community delivery / services.

Agency   Activity   Additional alignment to critical tasks

CityLink

 

CityLink’s role in recovery is to participate on a Community Recovery Committee, if required

   
         

DELWP

 

Energy – Co-ordinate intelligence to inform strategies and decision making for the safe and timely restoration of energy supplies to the community

 

19.1, 19.4

     

Energy – Provide advice to communities on the installation and restoration of energy supplies that enhance resilience and mitigate the reliance on main energy supplies following an emergency

 

6.3, 6.4, 6.6

         

EastLink

 

To participate on a Community Recovery Committee, if required

 

20.6

         

ESV

 

Gas – Providing safety and technical advice to energy control agency in order to support overall strategies and decision making for recovering from gas emergency events (including safe restoration of gas supply and safety of any relief program for temporary gas supply to community)

 

19.1, 19.7

     

Electricity – Providing safety and technical advice to energy control agency in order to support overall strategies and decision making for recovering from electricity emergency events and bushfire (including the safe restoration of electricity supply and safety of any relief program for temporary electricity supply to community)

 

19.1, 19.7

         

Lendlease (Peninsula Link)

 

To participate on a Community Recovery Committee, if required

   
         

VBA

 

Participate in recovery building and plumbing activities with other responsible agencies, such as EMV and BRV

 

19.7

     

Support planning and related approvals for temporary accommodation and rebuilding as required

   
         

WICEN

 

WICEN works with DJPR (as lead Government liaison) to provide alternate, limited capability communications networks where required

 

3.2, 3.5, 19.7